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Prayer For Strength Loss Of Loved One

Prayer For Strength Loss Of Loved One

The loss of a loved one is one of the worst experiences in life. It is natural to grieve over this, but it is also important to look for strength from God through prayer and scripture.

Prayer for strength for the loss of a loved one

  • Prayer to find strength to deal with the loss of a loved one
  • Prayer to find strength to deal with grief
  • Prayer to find strength to deal with pain
  • Prayer to find strength to deal with sadness
  • Prayer for strength during times of stress and depression

Psalm 48

For God is the King of all the earth. Sing praises with a harp, O city of God; sing praises with lyre and dance.

Sing to God who rides on the clouds; rejoice before him—his name is the LORD! For he is coming to judge the earth; he will judge the world in righteousness, and peoples in equity.

Let heaven and earth praise him, the seas and all that moves in them, for God will judge human beings and rule as king forever over all creation on earth.

Praise our Lord!

Psalm 4

Psalm 4:1-7 – “To the leader. Of David, a psalm. Why do you boast in evil, O mighty man? The goodness of God endures continually. Your tongue plots destruction; like a sharp razor, you working deceitfully. You love evil rather than good; lies rather than speaking what is right. Selah (pause) For wicked and deceitful mouths are opened against me; they utter falsehoods against me—even while my back is turned! They surround me with words of hate, and attack me without cause.”

As we start this week on the Psalms of Ascent, I encourage you to read this passage from Psalm 4 carefully and prayerfully so that it will help us grow as believers and strengthen our faith in Jesus Christ.

Psalm 4:8-10 – “May your unfailing love be my comfort, according to your promise to your servant… Be exalted above the heavens O God! Let your glory be over all the earth! So will I sing praise to your name for ever and ever.”” As Christians we should always live knowing that there is nothing greater than God’s love for us (Romans 8:38–39). The Lord has proven His love countless times throughout Scripture by sending His Son Jesus into this world as our redeemer so that we could be saved from sin (John 3:16). We also know how much He loves us when we look at how He treated Israel through her history with Him (Deuteronomy 7:9; Deuteronomy 28:1–6).

Psalm 27

It is also good to remind yourself that God is always with you and that He will never leave you (Psalm 27:14). Therefore, take comfort from the fact that “No evil will befall [you]; no disaster will come near your tent” (Psalm 27:5).

With this in mind, it’s important to focus on what is positive rather than negative. For example, instead of focusing on your loved one’s suffering or sickness, try focusing instead on their strength and perseverance through their illnesses and difficulties. By doing so you can draw strength from them as well as comfort yourself knowing that they are experiencing spiritual growth through these difficult times.

The bible has many scriptures about God’s guidance in our sorrows. Find as many as you can and keep them close to you to use during your darkest hours.

It can be a difficult time to find comfort in the bible. It is a book of guidance and wisdom, but it can also be overwhelming to sift through all the different books and stories in order to find what you need. There are many scriptures that can help you get through this tough time, so it’s important to keep searching until you find them.

The bible is God’s word, which means it has been written by him as well as containing quotes from him. This makes it a powerful tool for finding comfort when you’re going through something difficult like losing a loved one or dealing with their death after they’ve passed away from sickness or old age-related illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes or cancer (more on these later).

The above scriptures are just a few examples of how the bible can help us in our time of sorrow. There are many other verses that can be used as well such as Psalm 30:11-13 or Isaiah 41:10. The key to finding comfort during times like this is by reading the scriptures and praying often. We must also remember that God never abandons us in our darkest hours because he knows what it’s like when we lose loved ones—he lost his son too!

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